June 9, 2018
The Jews have just announced that this cartoon is anti-Semitic:
It is drawn after this meeting between Netanyahu and Theresa:
Which happened shortly after this Palestinian nurse:
Was murdered by the IDF.
The Guardian abstained from printing the cartoon because it ostensibly represents hatred of the Jew race.
Guardian cartoonist Steve Bell has denied his cartoon the newspaper rejected evoked “antisemitic tropes”, in an email to the editor that copied in all the newspaper’s journalists.
The rejected cartoon shows Theresa May sitting alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Downing Street, while Palestinian medic Razan al-Najjar burns in the fireplace behind.
Ms Najjar, 21, was shot and killed by an Israeli soldier on June 4 during a protest in Gaza.
In emails sent to staff, Mr Bell said that he had been “unfairly traduced and censored” and accused Guardian editor Kath Viner of not speaking to him because she “did not really have an argument” for spiking his work.
A Guardian source told the JC Mr Bell sent two emails on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning.
The second email was addressed to editor-in-chief Kath Viner and began “dear Kath”. Both copied in all the journalists across its UK and international editions.
“I cannot for the life of me begin to understand criticism of the cartoon that begins by dragging in ‘wood-burning stoves’, ‘ovens’, ‘holocaust’, or any other nazi-related nonsense,” Mr Bell wrote to Ms Viner on Thursday.
“That was the last thing on my mind when I drew it, I had no intention of conflating the issues of the mass murder of European Jews and Gaza.
“The cartoon is sensitive, not tasteless, not disrespectful, and certainly contains no antisemitic tropes. It should have been published as it stands, but if you are still obdurate that it should remain unpublished, then I feel a duty to my subject to try and salvage something from this fiasco.”
In the earlier email sent to journalists on Wednesday evening, he wrote: “Dear All, I wouldn’t normally do this, but I think that this cartoon, which has just been spiked, has been unfairly traduced and censored.
“I think it’s a shame because, so far, I can only find one mention of her on the entire website, and this would at least have been the second.
“Sorry to intrude, please be as frank as you like.”
This guy obviously doesn’t get it.
“Anti-Semitism” simply means “criticism of Jews.”
That is the definition of the term. It does not have any other meaning.
They have created a fantasy meaning – that it is some kind of blind hatred of Jews, which exists for literally no reason, or because there is some biological defect in the person feeling the hatred – but that is clearly just gibberish.
Even if you look up the “anti-Semitism” of the Nazis – they didn’t lie.
The Nazis were very direct in their criticism of what Jews were doing in finance and in the social sphere with their sexual and other social revolutions in the Weimar period.
Jews do not deny that they were doing these things. In fact, they write books celebrating how Jews ran a “progressive” socialist regime in the Weimar.
The Nazis were “anti-Semitic” for criticizing these behaviors.
No one even accuses them of lying in their speeches or publications about what the Jews were doing. Instead, they just skip over what they said and wrote about the Jews, claiming that they hated them for literally no reason.
The more the Jews slaughter innocent people and then claim that it is evil to criticize them for doing so, the thinner this hoax gets.